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Sending more info to USCIS without RFE

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Hi,

 

i did more research and learned the term front loading, I think I could have done a better job of this. I sent in 4 photos of my fiancé and I, but none of me with his father, mother siblings - which I have  a lot of (face palm)

 

Can i send in more relationship evidence even if I have not received an RFE?

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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: Taiwan
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Relationship evidence is not needed until the interview.  What kind of evidence did you submit to prove of a meeting within 2 years?  Did you send letters of intent to marry?  Proper payment? Did you sign the I-129f?  

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3 minutes ago, Crazy Cat said:

Relationship evidence is not needed until the interview.  What kind of evidence did you submit to prove of a meeting within 2 years?  Did you send letters of intent to marry?  Proper payment? Did you sign the I-129f?  

Yes all of that is good and in order. For proof of meeting within 2 years I sent in my itenirary  and passport stamps.  I just have read on VJ that it is best to have as much relationship evidence with the 1-29f as possible bc the COs at this embassy tends to make decisions before the interviews

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Germany
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What country are you dealing with? For some countries front loading is a good thing, for others absolutely not necessary. 

If you feel your country is one of those where you would benefit from it you can try to send more evidence. You would send it directly to your service center with as much information about your case ( case number, both names, birthdays, address) in the cover letter. Still no guarantee it will actually make it in your file unfortunately. 

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1 minute ago, Letspaintcookies said:

What country are you dealing with? For some countries front loading is a good thing, for others absolutely not necessary. 

If you feel your country is one of those where you would benefit from it you can try to send more evidence. You would send it directly to your service center with as much information about your case ( case number, both names, birthdays, address) in the cover letter. Still no guarantee it will actually make it in your file unfortunately. 

Morocco. Yeah I think I will give it a try, the least I can do.

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Brazil
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Morocco is a difficult embassy for all K-1 interviews.  They scrutinize every case because of high instances of fraud.  I suggest more in person visits between now and the actual visa interview (it will be a long wait, you have time).  Most likely it will be easier for the USC to visit you.  Take all of the additional evidence of time spent together to the visa interview, most likely in 10 months to a year from now.  If the K-1 does not work out, get married and try for a spousal visa.  Good luck!

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